5 Tips To Train Your Chow Chow Successfully

Posted by on Dec 11, 2010 in Chow Chow, Dogs, Pets | 0 comments


Five Tips to Train Your Chow ChowTraining Chow Chows is not a hard job. You just need to have a little dedication, patience coupled with 5 easy to learn skills and you’ll break them in successfully.

Below we share 5 Great Tips on how to break in a Chow Chow successfully:

1. To prevent a Chow Chow from becoming confused and in order that they can begin to learn instructions quickly just a single individual should be responsible for training the Chow Chow starting out. If too many people try to train a Chow Chow simultaneously it can halt the process.




2. One must always utilize positive feedback and reinforcements. When a Chow Chow listens, the trainier should reward the action so that he will realize that what he did was welcomed. If your Chow Chow will not understand and follow commands, never berate him. Chow Chows are not as smart as people, they make errors. What you need to accept is that the Chow Chow might not easily comprehend all your commands in the first teaching, it requires repetitive actions to teach your Chow Chow successfully. Don’t punish a Chow Chow because he might begin to develop timidness which will affect his learning and willingness to be broken in. Trainers should give them snacks or food to praise a Chow Chow, but you should not overuse it.

3. Teach commands 1 at a time. Attempt to teach him one command after another. In the instance where he won’t absorb it, just stay on that skill only because piling on more lessons will probablly just confuse the Chow Chow. Have faith in the basics.

4. When you are executing lessons, you must keep your tone pleasant so the Chow Chow will happily obey your teachings. Chow Chows will respond to a quiet and coaxing voice. When you shout out loud, he may get unresponsive and startled.

5. Train a Chow Chow in various locales. If you keep the Chow Chow in a certain place like your house, he might not be able to adapt to a new place with different people. Take him to your dog park or through your neighborhood. This will aid your Chow Chow get used to other people and breeds.

Conclusion: Chow Chow Training

Training a Chow Chow will often be hard, but it’ll always be worth it. The bottom line is, you’ll be the one to benefit when your Chow Chow is taught. You don’t know, he may even save your life one day and repay everything you taught him.

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